Are you are looking for a Texas vacation house to rent where you can get away from it all? Want to sit on the deck and watch the boats go by, and enjoy beautiful sunsets and relaxing scenery.
Maybe you are looking for the excitement of the lakes, rivers or the Gulf of Mexico with the boating, water skiing, jet skiing, swimming and fishing. You are sure to find a vacation house to suit your needs below.
On the Colorado River
This delightful vacation cabin is on the Colorado River in the woods on 6 private acres only 3 miles from downtown Smithville, 13 miles from Bastrop and only an hour away from Austin. It will comfortably sleep up to 10 people.
on the Guadalupe River
Cabin Rentals, Vacation Rentals and RV Park located on the Guadalupe River 4 miles from Canyon Lake and a short drive to New Braunfels, TX. This scenic Texas Hill Country Resort provides the perfect vacation destination to enjoy Guadalupe River tubing, mini-golf, pools, hot tubs, playgrounds, sand volleyball and resort amenities. Also a perfect Canyon Lake venue and event space for weddings, family reunions, and corporate events.
Lake LBJ - Granite Shoals
This beautiful lake home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, boat dock with electric lift, jet ski ramps, swimming/fishing dock, hammock, 165 feet of waterfront, 2 underwater fishing lights, palm trees, and beautiful lake views to the open water of Lake LBJ.
Colorado arm of Lake LBJ
Can't send the kids to summer camp? Have your own camp at Moonlight on the Colorado. Also available for discounted monthly rates. Waterfront lake house with great water on Lake LBJ in Kingsland, Texas with boat dock, fishing pier, covered porch facing the lake, and more. 3 bedrooms and 2 baths can sleep up to 10 people. Minimum rental of one month.
There's two places you really want to be when the sun sets, and red and orange ripple through the softly clouded sky in southeast Texas. And that's either in the Coastal Breeze RV Resort's luxurious swimming pool, looking over the spacious grassy opening that leads to Salt Lake, or on the resort's large wooden pier, far out in the lake, the warm hues reflecting on the still water where you've just cast your fishing line.